StudioM presents recital

Published: Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:30 a.m.CDT

StudioM Dance Company will present “Shakin’ to Shrek,” an original dance production based on the first two “Shrek” movies, on Saturday at Boutell Memorial Concert Hall in the Music Building, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the show will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for children younger than 14. Tickets are available at the dance studio today or at the door.

Taking on the lead character roles are Sam Myers-Miller as Shrek, Courtney Donnelly as Princess Fiona, Izi Myers-Miller as Ogre Fiona and Elizabeth Warner as Donkey.

Other soloists include Abbey Brooks as Lord Farquaad, Virginia Filicetti as the Dragon, Maddi Hoth as Prince Charming, Bailey Morreale as the Fairy Godmother, Lexi Salapatek as Puss, Kaitlin Siener as Human Shrek, Alison Morreale as Steed, Hannah Haak as Queen Lillian and Johnna Rohlman as King Harold.

The following company dancers will be featured throughout the show as various fairytale and story characters: Michah Bubolz, Emily Carpino, Shannon Cowan, Kailey Davidson, Cassie Donnelly, Lauren Engel, Hadyn Fischer, Maryn Fischer, Quinn Fischer, Abby Goldman, Lea Guelde, Lydia Guelde, Kaitlin Haley, Lauren Hoth, Sophie Hoth, Jessica Keller, Kelsie Kruskol, Elly Lenschow, Maddie Lenschow, Marisa Manhart, Cheyanne Morgan, Caitlin Nottingham, Lily Padilla, Alex Rangel, Taelynn Rodeghero, Maria Saucedo, Kallie Siebrasse, Ashley Siener, Jocelyn Stanton, Alison Troy, Annie Tyrrell and Hailey Zilinski.

Several types of dance, including ballet, tap, jazz and hip-hop, will be showcased as each StudioM class is featured as elements from the stories.

StudioM is inside the Energym Sports campus, 1715 DeKalb Ave., Sycamore. For more information, call 815-899-7868 or visit www.studiom-dancecompany.com.

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